McMaster University

McMaster University

Nursing at McMaster

Dean's Welcome

From Dr. Carolyn Byrne:

Carolyn Byrne

As you browse through this website, you will soon see that the School of Nursing at McMaster University is a dynamic, innovative and exciting place to learn and work.  As the Associate Dean, Health Sciences and Director of the School of Nursing, I am proud to lead this amazing school.  The website will give you an overview of all aspects of our school. 

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About Us

Our Vision, Our Values, Our Objectives …

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Quick Links

Student Testimonials

Meet Our Graduates

MUNSS: Nursing Students Society

Undergraduate Program:

Apply to BScN Program

BScN Overview

Clinical Practice

Academic Advising - Current Students

BScN Non-academic Requirements

Specialty Program:

Leadership & Management Program

Graduate Program:

Graduate Program

 

News

Nursing graduand dedicated to children

June 19, 2017- Nikki Berza will graduate from McMaster University with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Her future has already started, as she is working as a registered nurse in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at McMaster Children’s Hospital.

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Nursing student cooks up job as visiting chef

June 8, 2017 - McMaster nursing student Thomas Kambadzi is cooking up a career in health care – and he is already busy with house calls.

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Dr. Rebecca Ganann wins award

June 1, 2017 - Dr. Ganann received a leadership award for her work with the “Aging, Community and Health Research Unit” (ACHRU) at the Faculty of Health Sciences Research Plenary Awards Reception on May 31.

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Class of 1968 alumni celebrate reunion

June 1, 2017 - One flew in from Australia. Others drove in from London, Toronto, Kitchener, Michigan and places in between. Eight graduates from the McMaster Nursing Class of 1968 gathered at The Old Mill in Ancaster...

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The Journey: An interview with Danielle Bourque

May 30, 2017 - "The Journey" is a new 20-minute documentary about three young Indigenous nurses who are working to working to improve health care for Indigenous people in Canada. 

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